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 smdbf.cgi(1) -- sitemgr database creation Common Gateway Interface process
    smdbf.cgi initializes a sitemgr(1) database through a HTTP web server. Installing sitemgr.sw.server places links into the default CGI root (/var/www/cgi-bin/), which will enable sitemgr(1) to initialize it's database entirely from the client interface. smdbf.cgi should not be executed standalone, but should be used in conjunction with the sitemgr(1) client; however, it can be used to reinitialize the sitemgr database. Refer to the SiteMgr Release Notes for information....
 smrsh(1) -- restricted shell for sendmail
    The smrsh program is intended as a replacement for sh for use in the ``prog'' mailer in sendmail(8) configuration files. It sharply limits the commands that can be run using the ``|program'' syntax of sendmail in order to improve the over all security of your system. Briefly, even if a ``bad guy'' can get sendmail to run a program without going through an alias or forward file, smrsh limits the set of programs that he or she can execute. Briefly, smrsh limits programs to be in the director...
 sn(1) -- NUMA Memory Management Configuration Tool
    The current NUMA configuration parameters are set according to specifications and/or displayed for the given node-path or all nodes in the system.
 sn0log(1) -- Read Origin and Onyx2 CPU flash PROM log(s)
    sn0log is run at system boot by /etc/rc2.d/S33sn0start. It displays any messages that were written to one or all CPU board flash PROM logs since the last time a sync mark was written to the log(s). If the -s option is used, a sync mark is automatically written to the log(s). Messages in a CPU board flash PROM log may include analysis data for a prior system crash. The options are: -a Specifies that all CPU board flash PROM logs in the system should be processed. Otherwise, a single hub_mon_devic...
 sn0msc(1) -- Perform Origin and Onyx2 system controller operations
    sn0msc performs operations on the Origin and Onyx2 Module System Controllers (MSCs). WARNING: If used improperly, this command may cause system malfunction that is not fixed by system reset or power cycling. See below for more information. There are three basic operations controlled by the flags given: -r Reads the MSC NVRAM contents of a specific MSC device (elsc_nvram_dev) at a specific address (addr) for a specific number of bytes (count, default 1). Output is in hex if the -x flag is given, ...
 snetd(1) -- DLPI network daemon
    snetd configures a STREAMS network from a specification given in a configuration file whose format is described in the Configuration section. By default the configuration is taken from the file /etc/config/snetd.options. An alternative file may be specified as a command line argument (config_file). The special filename '-' is taken to mean the standard input. Upon system startup, if the state of the snetd daemon is on, the daemon is started by /etc/init.d/network. You may use chkconfig(1M) to ...
 snmpd(1) -- Simple Network Management Protocol daemon
    snmpd is a daemon for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) as specified in Internet RFC 1157, and supports MIB II, as specified in Internet RFC 1213. The daemon, called the SNMP agent, can be configured to run from the network star-tup script at boot time by the command chkconfig snmpd on or started from the command line. You must be superuser (root) to run snmpd. snmpd listens on a udp(7P) socket for the snmp service for SNMP queries. If no such service can be found, a default port of ...
 snoop(1) -- capture and inspect network packets
    snoop captures packets from the network and displays their contents. snoop uses both the network packet filter and streams buffer modules to provide efficient capture of packets from the network. Captured packets can be displayed as they are received, or saved to a file for later inspection. snoop can display packets in a single-line summary form or in verbose multi-line forms. In summary form, only the data pertaining to the highest level protocol is displayed. For example, an NFS packet will h...
 SoftimageToIv(1) -- convert a Softimage .hrc file to Open Inventor 2.0 format
    SoftimageToIv converts 3D model files in Softimage version 2.6 model (.hrc) format into Open Inventor 2.0 files. Scene files are also handled, the default database settings are used or the database indicated by the -d flag. NURB curves and surfaces, polygons, hierarchy, textures, cameras and lights are converted into equivalent Open Inventor objects. Softimage NURB surfaces are converted into Open Inventor surfaces, which are then tesselated into polygons according to the object complexity setti...
 sort(1) -- sort and/or merge files
    The sort command sorts lines of all the named files together and writes the result on the standard output. The standard input is read if - is used as a filename or no input files are named. Comparisons are based on one or more sort keys extracted from each line of input. By default, there is one sort key, the entire input line, and ordering is lexicographic by bytes in machine collating sequence. sort processes supplementary code set characters according to the locale ...
 dmedia/soundeditor(1) -- digital audio recorder/editor
    soundeditor provides a graphical interface for recording, playing and editing AIFF format soundfiles. Features include: - Realtime audio recording and playing - Tape recorder-style transport controls - Graphical audio waveform display - Cut & paste editing of audio data - Fade-in and out, level, echo, pitch and reverse effects - Undo/redo for editing operations For more detailed instructions on using soundeditor, access the on-line help facility via the "Help" menu item on the right side of th...
 dmedia/soundplayer(1) -- sound playback application
    soundplayer is a simple-to-use application which plays sound files using the built-in audio hardware. soundplayer also plays Standard MIDI Files to an external MIDI sound module or the Silicon Graphics MIDI synthesis software (see midisynth(1)). The following sound/MIDI file formats are supported: AIFF (.aiff) and AIFF-C (.aifc) Sun/NeXT (.au, .snd) Microsoft RIFF WAVE (.wav) MPEG-1 layer I, II audio bitstreams (.mpa, .mpg, .mp2) Sound Designer II BICSF (IRCAM) Audio Visual Research (.avr) Amiga...
 dmedia/soundscheme(1) -- audio cue server (daemon)
    soundscheme is an X-based server daemon which provides high-level audio playback services for applications. Based on the audio and audiofile libraries, soundscheme mixes and plays sounds on demand as requested by multiple client programs using a single audio port. Each client may provide an X resource file which specifies a palette of sound names and the mappings of these names to soundfiles. Named sounds are activated within applications using function calls from the daemon's client library. T...
 dmedia/soundtrack(1) -- multitrack digital audio recorder/editor
    SoundTrack is a graphical application for recording, editing and processing up to 32 tracks of audio. SoundTrack can be used to create multi-element soundtracks for movies, commercials, and web pages. A wide variety of soundfile formats is supported for import/export and cut/paste. Also, SoundTrack allows pre-mastering of digital audio tapes via the export-to-DAT feature. For more detailed instructions on using soundtrack, access the on-line help facility via the "Help" menu item on the right ...
 speedshop(1) -- an integrated package of performance tools
    SpeedShop works under IRIX 6.2, or later, and supports executables compiled with the IRIX 6.2 compilers (o32, n32 and 64), or with the MIPSPro 7.x compilers (n32 and 64). SpeedShop supports C, C++, FORTRAN, ADA, and asm programs. Programs must be built using shared libraries (DSOs); nonshared or stripped executables are not supported.
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